(instruments warming up) – [Instructor] Put your
knee track over your toe. Good job. (whirs) (pulsing music) (gulps) (heavy breathing) – John? – Hey Erica.
– Oh my god, hi! Oh I almost didn’t recognize you though, you look good. – I lost a little weight. – Okay, well it’s working
for you, you look good. – Thank you. – You know you just missed
the reunion last week, right? – How was it? – It was cool, I’m not going
back for another like 15 years. Everybody was either married
or engaged, or engaged to be engaged, and I figure
by the time I go back everybody will be on
their second marriages and divorces, they’ll lap me, you know, that’s when I make my move. (laughs) But oh shit, actually I’m running late for therapy but I was so
good running into you. – Yeah it was. – We should hang out, we should totally. – I’d love that. – Yeah, you know Anne Dasilva? – No. – She’s having a Halloween
party this Saturday and there’s gonna be a ton
of Polytech people there, you should come. – Oh I, I think I have
a friends thing but. – Oh, okay, alright. – But it was like, it was
awesome bumping into you. – Yeah, no, this was
great, you look great, this was great, enjoy your friend thing. – Yeah. – Bye. – Actually Erica, – Yeah? – I’d love to go to
your thing on Saturday. – Okay, well then I’ll hit you up. – Okay. (playful music) (jazzy music) (chatter) – I’m sure Derek’s happy
with this turn out. – Yeah, he loves a party. – Hi. – Oh hi. – Oh hi.
(laughs) hi. – Still don’t know who you are though. (laughs) – Hi. – Hi Anne. – We went to high school together. – Oh you came with the
little ninja costume alright, that’s very 90s. Guess my costume. – Kylo Ren? – Pussy power. – Pussy power. – Yeah it’s so easy.
– No one can tell. – You know what stop salting my game. Go find your man. Okay, come on, let’s go,
alright Anne we’ll see ya. – [John] See you. – Oh Lord she actually
thinks we’re best friends, but I told my mom I want to be supportive ’cause she just got divorced
and you know how things go. I mean are you’re parents together? – No, no. – Okay yeah, I mean it’s
just, I want to support her but I don’t wanna think of my mom fucking. Am I oversharing? – No no you’re not. You’re good. Do you know Lauren Boyle? – Oh kind of. – She’s a friend from way back. – Oh okay well you should
say hi to her then. – Yeah I guess. – Yeah, well I’m gonna go get a drink, do you want anything? – No I’m good, I don’t drink actually. – Okay responsible ninja, hey. (laughs) – Lauren Boyle. John Kuwal, we went to Polytech together. – Yeah. Yeah, hey man. – How you doing? – Uh good, how are you doing? – Great, great, do you
live in Los Angeles? – Yes, do you? – I do.
– Cool. – I do.
– Cool, cool, cool. – I haven’t seen you in like a decade. – Yeah it’s been a while. – It’s weird right? – Yeah. – Well it’s great bumping into you. – Yeah you too. Good to see ya. – Yeah. (heavy breathing) Hey Erica. – Hey? Why are you panting? – This doesn’t breath at all,
it’s like (mumbles) material. – I can imagine. – Yeah.
– come on. (rock music) – You know what, no one
ever comes back here. You’re so strong. I been waiting to take this off of you. – Hi. – Hey, Anne. What the fuck are you doing in here? – I just had to answer some emails. – Okay, well we just came
in here to talk sure, we’ll talk outside. – Whatever. – Goodnight Anne.
– Come on John. (kisses) – It’s a little, bright in here. – No no it’s fine, it’s fine. – I think we should the drapes. I’m just gonna, I’m just gonna, hold on. – Don’t worry about it, it’s fine. – Okay, okay sorry. – Just sit down. (moans) – Actually can I just leave my shirt on? – Is this okay, we don’t have to do this. – No it’s totally fine. – Are you sure. (laughs) (sexy music) – Ah, um, – It’s fine, it’s okay. – Yeah I just, I just need a minute. – No, it’s sure, take your time. No, it’s okay. – Yeah, no, okay. I’m sorry. – No that’s fine. – I’m sorry just give me a minute. (sighs) (rock music) (heavy breathing) Fuck. (claps) Hey uh, have you seen a
girl in a cat costume? No? Okay. (crunches) (soft music) Hi, – Hey. – You really don’t remember me do you? – I remember we went to
high school together. – Chode. – What? – John Chode. You used to call me Chode. – Oh yeah, I guess we
had pretty stupid names for friends in high school huh? – We weren’t friends. – Okay. It was high school, I don’t, I don’t know what you want from me. Like are you still hung up on this? – You put pictures of me on the internet. Fat bastard. – We didn’t make fun of
you because you were fat. Charlie Cummings was fat and he didn’t have an issue with it. He was like popular. He had a girlfriend. – Charlie Cummings was a drug dealer. – Just wanted to get a rise out of you. – How would you do that? – I don’t know because you
made it really easy dude, you let everybody get under your skin. You shouldn’t take it so hard. – I even missed a year of school because you were so fucking awful to me. – I’m pretty sure you
missed a year of school because you pulled a fire alarm during one of your melt downs. That’s not my fault. Look I had a lisp in middle
school and people made fun of me for that, guess what,
I don’t have a lisp anymore. And you look great, so maybe
all that teasing worked out. – You’re a bad person. – Okay, do you want my advice? Put it behind you because you look great. – Fuck you! (soft music) (siren wails) (vomits) (birds chirp) (clicks) (pulsing music) (phone buzzes) Hey what’s up Erica?